August 1, 2010

Dee Williams Featured on PBS

Dee Williams built her Tumbleweed tiny house several years ago from reclaimed building materials which helped keep the cost low with a final cost of around $10,000. Dee’s tiny house, is an excellent example of how used building materials can be taken and made new again with the right care. My friend Tammy sent me this story which she featured on her blog RowdyKittens. You can read the whole story about Dee Williams on the PBS website.

Be sure to visit Dee’s tiny house website, Portland Alternative Dwellings.

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Daniel - August 2, 2010 Reply

I’ve seen videos of Dee before but this is the first time I saw pictures of her in the process of building her tiny house. I always like seeing the building pictures of these tiny houses.

Looks like she’s still going Great!

~Dan

Kevin - August 3, 2010 Reply

What a great video. The fact that Dee used reclaimed materials adds value to the message. Good luck to Dee on the business venture.

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